My work begins. 




My work begins with a close examination of moments of change, transformation, and restoration. I am interested in this liminal space in which living things and objects engage in their own transition.

I conjure with time and space, inviting the audience to experience, feel and imagine the change. Through installation, and moving sequences (of performance and film), I aim to create a composition that interconnects transitional times, stories and places. This process is an ongoing, reflective dialogue with daily, social experiences and everyday objects and people I encounter; I tell my story with these as characters and plots.

contact: taey@taey.com




Works
  • Unforseen, National Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art, Seoul, 2016
  • Flux of Sleepings, Constellation Trail, the Whitley Arts Festival, Reading, 2014
  • Solidarity between Generations, Selected Korean Feminist Artists, ARC Gallery, Chicago, 2014
  • You Are All I Have, Performance, Gallery BM, 2013
  • Solo Show, ‘Restless’, Trunk Gallery, Seoul, 2013
  • Here, There and Everywhere, Community & Research Project, Art Space Geumchon, Seoul, Korea, 2013


Words  
  • Iohe, T. (2018) License to Sleep Together. in Artist Borderpanic Compendium. L.Hill, H.Paris.London, Live Art Development Agency
  • Iohe, T. (2015) Spacing and Displacing as Creative Enquiry. in New Opportunities for Artistic Practice in Virtual Worlds. D. Doyle. London, IGI Global
  • Iohe, T., Ed. (2013) Bed Time Translating, Type.Page Publishing 
  • Iohe, T. (2012) It’s ok to fall, in Language But No Words. SpaceMom Museum of Arts: 1–18.
  • Iohe, T. & Birch, A. (2011) Wollstonecraft Live Experience!, Hackney Museum: London, Fragments and Monuments. 
  • Iohe, T. (2010) Untranslatable Shinga. Fear Note: How to translate unspoken words. Berlin, Jeen Blake Creatives: 22-28.
  • Iohe, T. & Birch, A. (2008) Encounter between Na Hye-seok and Mary Wollstonecraft:Site- based and multimedia performance, a strategy for social intervention. Subject related to ‘Re-constructing Asian-ness(es) in the Global Age’, International Federation for Theatre Research (IFTR-FIRT). Conference Proceedings. 
  • Kim, T. & Doyle, D. (2007) Embodied Narrative: The Virtual Nomad and the Meta Dreamer, Intellect – International Journal for Performance Arts and Digital Media: 3: 2&3, pp.209-222.


Programme & Fundings
2019 London Creative Network, the Space, London

 
Education   
PhD in Artistic Research, Graduate Research in Gender, Culture and Identity, School of English, Drama, Film, University College Dublin